Shanti Juice

The Shanti cold-pressed juice is made with spinach, pear, pineapple, and cilantro– we source our ingredients locally and the final juice is raw and unpasteurized. This also means that we do not use the High Pressure Pasteurization (HPP) method.

SPINACH

1/4 lb of spinach per bottle

Fresh spinach stores so many nutrients. It is filled with Vitamin E, an essential antioxidant that delivers a powerhouse of health benefits. Not only is Spinach high in chlorophyll, it contains oxalic acid as well, which helps to cleanse and heal the intestinal tract. It stimulates the immune systemimproves eye health, and keeps your brain cells active. Spinach contains a lot of iron as well. As a result, it is a great source of energy. 

PEAR

1 pear per bottle

Our pears come from Kiyokawa Orchards in Hood River. Pears are a great source of antioxidants and are also an anti-inflammatory. They are an excellent source of Vitamin C & K as well. We don’t peal our pears before juicing. This way, the vitamins and minerals that lie in the skin stay in the juice too!

PINEAPPLE

1/2 of a pineapple per bottle

Pineapple contains Bromelain, an enzyme that breaks down protein. As a result, pineapple helps with digestion. Pineapple has half of the daily-recommended value of vitamin C, according to the FDA. Vitamin C fights cell damage. This makes Pineapple a great helper with problems such as heart disease and joint pain. The fruit is also an anti-inflammatory. It reduces muscle soreness, as well as nasal swelling. Pineapple also contains a large amount of manganese, which is essential for developing strong bones and connective tissue.

CILANTRO

1/8 lb of cilantro per bottle

Cilantro is packed with antioxidants, and is a natural cleansing agent. It is used in many different systems of medicine in traditional remedies and treatments. And it’s easy to see why. It helps clear heavy metals from the body. Cilantro is also an antimicrobial. It cleanses toxins out of the body and promotes healthy digestion. All while benefiting the body’s natural state of homeostasis.